So it is established then, he was a horsethief, after all a donkey is of the equinine species. But there are other extenuating circumstances that have to be considered.
I don't know if the book of Revelations would stand up in pages of The WatchTower as evidence. After all it is a prophecy of future events. Or is it? And then it has fantastic stuff in it, Roy Rogers type ghost riders in the sky, with a rider spewing spitballs out of his mouth. Also he was wearing a white hat, everybody knows that horse thieves always wore black hats. And seven headed dragon galloping up out of the sea, with a red- robed prostitute riding side saddle while holding on to a goblet of wine, without spilling a drop. Check out the WT images.
Of course before we could use Revelations as evidence we would have to get Leoliea to do a search and see if and when it was introduced into the true Catholicized authenticated Bible Canon.
I think we will have to rely on Mark, as our main body of evidence. Of course we would have to consider that JC didn't really steal the colt himself, he got his buddies to do it.
Also, if I prophesied that around next Christmas that I was going to steal a Sally- ann contribution kettle from the front of the liquor store and at the time of the next christmas, sent my boys out to steal the the kettle, and then when questionned about it, I testify that it was prophetised way in advance so I would not be held guilty, would that exonerate me?
I think we have to check out whether, this colt riding thingy, was fore told, in the established Masoretic non-Greek hebrew text from centuries past.
So I believe that there are still some debateable questions as to whether the Bible is an old violin upon which you can play any ole tune
belbab, speaking truth with his hand on the Book